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Free Trade Registration Open for Construction and Quarry Machinery Show

Free Trade Registration Open for Construction and Quarry Machinery Show
February 13
04:54 2017

Free trade registration is now open for  CQMS’17 Construction and Quarry Machinery Show on Friday, April 21st.

The show in Tullamore, Co Offaly, will see 200 exhibitors showcase over €70 million worth of equipment to 8,000 visitors. CQMS’17 will also facilitate factory visits to equipment manufacturers North & South. Friday, April 21st, is a trade day and registration is now open at www.machinerymovers.ie/cqms. The closing date for registrations is March 31st and after that the standard €20 admission charge will apply.

All outdoor stands for CQMS’17 are now full and among the confirmed exhibitors are ECI JCB, Kubota UK, Volkswagen Commercial, Finning CAT, Geith International, Topcon, Atlas Copco Construction & Mining Ltd, Jim Macadam Equipment/Case, Palfinger Ireland, Sandvik, CDE Global, HSS Hire and Laois Hire Group, IFM Ltd, Renault Trucks Ireland, Rockbreakers, Tesab, MacHale Plant Sales and Whelan Plant Sales/HHIE.

CQMS’17 will occupy 100,000 square meters and feature 200 exhibitors, two live demonstration zones, a new machinery launch zone, factory visits, family attractions, an air show and the JCB Dancing Diggers.

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